Washington County Schools has revised its school system feeding plan during the school closure from March 18 through March 27 to better assist families.
Beginning Monday, March 23, the school system will be decreasing the number of days parents need to come to pick up food while increasing the number of meals being provided to each child per visit. The school system will be handing out three breakfasts and three lunches at each location per child on the days the sites are open. Pick-up will be from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Any child ages 0-17 years of age may get a free meal, regardless if they are a Washington County Schools student or not. Additionally, federal guidelines dictate that the minor child must be present to receive the free breakfast and lunch. Each school site will feature drive-up, “curb-side service” where cars will drive to the pick-up area and have the meals handed to the child instead of the children coming into the school.
The four sites serving breakfast and lunch on Mondays and Wednesdays are as follows:
David Crockett High School, 684 Old State Rte 34, Jonesborough, TN 37659
Daniel Boone High School, 1440 Suncrest Dr, Gray, TN 37615
Jonesborough Middle School, 308 Forest Dr, Jonesborough, TN 37659
Boones Creek Elementary School, 132 Highland Church Rd, Johnson City, TN 37615
The four sites serving breakfast and lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays are as follows:
West View Elementary School, 2847 Old State Route 34, Limestone, TN 37681
South Central Elementary School, 2955 TN-107, Chuckey, TN 37641
Fall Branch Elementary School, 1061 TN-93, Fall Branch, TN 37656
Sulphur Springs Elementary School, 1518 Gray Station Sulphur Springs Rd, Jonesborough, TN 37659
If you have any transportation related issues or need meals delivered to you, call Washington County Schools at (423) 753-1100 and ask for Kim Rivers.